Yellowjacket Resources

This site was designed to help our families navigate frequently asked questions and have direct access to COVID-19 information.


For the 2022-2023 school year, the Ohio Department of Health recommends following the "What to do if you have COVID-19" flowchart shown below.

All 2020-2021 COVID Data can be found by clicking the links below.

2020-21 Cumulative Data

2020-21 Weekly Data

TRLSD COVID-19 Cumulative Data
TRLSD COVID-19 DATA

COVID-19 Letters from the Hamilton County Public Health Department

February 2, 2022 and dates moving forward:

If your child has been identified as a close contact with someone at school and develops symptoms, please email lwhiteley@trlsd.org to obtain a letter from the Department of Health to take with you to your physician. Anyone identified as a close contact will receive a call and email from the District by 4:00 pm on school days.


February 1, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES student and 1 TMS student have been diagnosed with COVID-19. If your child was identified as a close contact, the school will call and email you by 4:00 pm.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the schoolmptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800



January 27, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 5 TRES students and 1 TMS student have been diagnosed with COVID-19. If your child was identified as a close contact, the school will call and email you by 4:00 pm.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the schoolmptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800



January 27, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 2 TRES students and 5 TMS students have been diagnosed with COVID-19. If your child was identified as a close contact, the school will call and email you by 4:00 pm.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the schoolmptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800





January 26, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 3 TRES students and 1 TMS student have been diagnosed with COVID-19. If your child was identified as a close contact, the school will call and email you by 4:00 pm.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the schoolmptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800



January 25, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES student, 1 TRES staff, and 1 THS student have been diagnosed with COVID-19. If your child was identified as a close contact, the school will call and email you by 4:00 pm.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the schoolmptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800







January 21, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 2 TRES students, 1 TMS student, and 1 THS student have been diagnosed with COVID-19. If your child was identified as a close contact, the school will call and email you by 4:00 pm.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the schoolmptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800


January 20, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 3 TRES students, 1 TMS student, and 1 THS student have been diagnosed with COVID-19. If your child was identified as a close contact, the school will call and email you by 4:00 pm.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following sy0 pm.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the schoolmptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800



January 19, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES student, TMS student, 1 THS student, and 1 THS staff have been diagnosed with COVID-19. If your child was identified as a close contact, the school will call and email you by 4:00 pm.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following sy0 pm.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the schoolmptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800


January 14, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 2 TMS student has been diagnosed with COVID-19. During routine contact tracing, your child has been identified as a close contact.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800


January 12, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 3 TRES students, 2 TMS students, and 3 THS students have been diagnosed with COVID-19. During routine contact tracing, your child has been identified as a close contact.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800


January 11, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 9 TRES students, 2 TMS students, and 7 THS students have been diagnosed with COVID-19. During routine contact tracing, your child has been identified as a close contact.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800



January 10, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 4 TRES students, 2 TRES staff, 4 TMS students, 5 TMS staff, 9 THS students, and 2 THS staff have been diagnosed with COVID-19. During routine contact tracing, your child has been identified as a close contact.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800



January 7, 2022

Dear Parent/Guardian

This letter is to notify you that 2 TRES students, 1 TRES staff, 3 TMS students, 1 TMS staff, and 4 THS students have been diagnosed with COVID-19. During routine contact tracing, your child has been identified as a close contact.

To contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your child(ren) home when sick, and take them to see a physician for testing if they experience any signs and symptoms of COVID-19. Symptoms of COVID-19 range from mild to severe and may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends 14 days from the last day of exposure.

If your child develops any of the following symptoms, please have the child isolate and speak to their physician.

● Fever ● Chills ● Rigors ● Myalgia ● Headache ● Sore Throat ● Nausea ● Vomiting ● Diarrhea ● Fatigue ● Congestion ● Runny Nose ● Cough ● Shortness of Breath ● Difficulty Breathing ● Loss of Taste ● Loss of Smell

On December 30, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health updated quarantine guidelines for K-12. These updated quarantine guidelines are known as Mask to Stay/Test to Play. The eligibility of students to participate in Mask to Stay/Test to Play is contingent on the exposure being in the school setting or school-related activities. This guidance excludes household exposures or exposures outside of the school setting or school-related activities. Quarantine is still required for exposures in these settings.


Mask to Stay

Students, regardless of vaccination or masking status, may remain in the classroom if they do the following:

● Wear a mask for 10 days after their last date of exposure.

● Self-monitor (or parent-monitor) for symptoms of COVID-19.

● Isolate and get tested if they start to experience symptoms of COVID-19 (regardless of how severe the symptoms are). Testing on day 5 after exposure is recommended.


Test to Play

Asymptomatic students may continue to participate in extracurricular activities if they do the following:

● Wear a mask when able (this includes transportation, locker rooms, sitting/standing on the sidelines, and anytime the mask will not interfere with breathing, the activity, or create a safety hazard).

● Test on initial notification of exposure to COVID-19 and test negative.

● Testing again on day 5 after exposure is recommended.

This test can be a PCR or Antigen but must be proctored (for at-home testing) or done by a healthcare provider.

If you or your child’s doctor has any questions or concerns, please contact Hamilton County Public Health at (513) 946-7800.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Rd.

Cincinnati, OH 45219

COVID-19 Hotline: (513) 946-7919

Main Number: (513) 946-7800





January 6, 2022

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 3 TRES students and 3 TMS students reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from the Ohio Department of Health for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine or Mask to Stay as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period observing your child related to this exposure ends on January 16, 2022.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




January 5, 2022

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 TRES staff, 2 TMS staff, and 2 THS students reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from the Ohio Department of Health for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine or Mask to Stay as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period observing your child related to this exposure ends on January 15, 2022.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




December 16, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 TRES students, 1 TMS student, and 1 THS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does

not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 23, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District


December 15, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES student, 1 THS student, and 1 TMS staff member reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does

not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 22, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District


December 14, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does

not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 21, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District


December 13, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 THS students and 1 TMS staff member reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does

not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 20, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District


December 8, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 THS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does

not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 17, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District


December 3, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES students and 1 TRS Staff member reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does

not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 11, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District


December 1, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 TRES students and 1 TMS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 10, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District


November 30, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 TRES students reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 9, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



November 29, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 TMS students and 1 TRES student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 9, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



*No letter was released the week of November 22-26th as Three Rivers was on fall break. Cases reported can be found on the cumulative and weekly slides.


November 16, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 21, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



November 8, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRLSD employee reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 12, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




October 22, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 1, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



October 18, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 THS and 1 TMS staff member and 3 TMS and 1 TRES students reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 25, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




October 13, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 3 THS, 1 TMS, and 1 TRES student and 1 TMS staff member reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 19, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




October 12, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TMS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 18, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




October 7, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TMS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 17, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



October 6, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 3 TMS students and 1 TRES student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 16, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District






October 4, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 3 TMS students, 3 TRES students, and 1 TRES staff member reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 14, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



October 1, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 THS students reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 10, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



September 30, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TMS staff member and 3 TMS students reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 9, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



September 29, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES students and 2 THS students reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 8, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



September 28, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES students and 2 TMS students reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 7, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



September 27, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 3 TRES students, 4 TMS students, 2 TMS staff members, and 1 THS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 6, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Th

ree Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



September 24, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 TMS students reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 2, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Th

ree Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



September 22, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES student and 1 THS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 29, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Th

ree Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District






September 20, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 TRES staff members and 1 THS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 27, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Th

ree Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




September 14, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 THS student and 2 TRES students reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 20, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Th

ree Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




September 13, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 THS students, 4 TMS students, 1 THS staff member, and 1 TRES student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 24, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Th

ree Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




September 10, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 TMS students reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 20, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Th

ree Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District





September 9, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 THS and 1 TMS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 19, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Th

ree Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



September 8, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 THS students reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 16, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



September 7, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 3 TRES students and 1 THS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 15, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



September 3, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TMS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 14, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District






September 1, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 4 TRES students,1 TMS student, 1 THS student, and 1 TMS staff member reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 12, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District


August 25, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219









August 25, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TMS student and 1 elementary student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 5, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School DistrictAugust 25, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TMS student and 1 elementary student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 5, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



August 24, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TMS staff member and 1 elementary student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 4, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



August 23, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TMS staff member reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on August 30, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



August 16, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TMS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on August 23, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



August 11, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 TRES, 1 TMS, and 1 THS student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on August 20, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



May 7, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on May 21, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




March 26, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 student in Taylor HS and 1 student in Taylor MS reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on April 9, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




February 19, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 staff member in Three Rivers Elementary reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on March 4, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking